You know how we're always being told to "embrace diversity". Apparently, that's kind of a one-way road. YOU need to "embrace diversity". But the folks whose "diversity" you're required to "embrace" are by no means subject to the same rules. We've seen a few cases of this down in Aussieland, but today's newest case comes straight (oh, probably not an "accepted" term -tough noodles) from Montreal, where a woman was kicked out of a public patio bar where she was having a drink with her dad. Her "crime"? She's not a homosexual male. You can't bar people based upon gender or sexual orientation. However, it appears that it's a one-way set of restrictions: you can't bar homosexuals from waltzing around in a sports pub, but homosexual males can bar women from having a drink in "their" establishments.
Buy a clue, boys. Laws apply across the board. And quite frankly, most of the rest of us are damned tired of your incessant whining for special treatment. We don't give a rat's heinie about what you do in the privacy of your own home - though many of us hold some degree of sympathy for the rat whose heinie...well, nevermind.
The bottom line - oh, darn, there we go again - is that you don't get to make up special rules just because you think that your sexual activity is so important that you must put it on constant public display. And the very laws that accommodate your continuous efforts to stuff your preferences into our faces, day in and day out, also prohibit you from engaging in discriminatory activities. In other words, if heterosexuals can't discriminate against overt homosexuals, overt homosexuals can't discriminate against overt heterosexuals. Of course, as far as you're concerned, that's a problem.
If it is, you own it.